Trump’s revelatory book by his niece sets sales record

Donald Trump’s niece – Mary Trump – wrote a book of memoirs about her famous uncle. On the very first day after publication, it broke the record for sales.

This is reported by the American television channel CNN with reference to the publishing house Simon & Schuster.

Thus, the book “Too Much And Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man” (“Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the Most Dangerous Man in the World”) went on sale on Tuesday. On the very first day, it was sold out with a circulation of 950 thousand copies.

This is not only a paper edition of memoirs, but also an electronic and audiobook. The publishing house called it a record result for itself.

Simon & Schuster clarified that the book by Trump’s niece broke the record set by the memoir of former US National Security Assistant John Bolton, “The Room Where It Happened: Memoirs of the White House.” In the first week, more than 780,000 copies of Bolton’s memories were sold.

It is worth noting that they tried to block the release of Mary Trump’s book through the courts. The corresponding lawsuit was filed by the younger brother of the President of the United States, Robert Trump. He claimed that the book violated a nondisclosure agreement that was made after the death of their father, Fred Trump, in 1999. It was noted that Mary Trump pledged not to disclose some information about the family. The agreements concerned the inheritance.